Nokia is rumoured to be on the verge of announcing the successor to the popular N95, following the discovery of tech specs on the mobile giant’s German website. The Finnish phone giant has since closed the page, but not before a selection of sites managed to scrawl down the handset’s tech specs, which have caused many to dub the …
So where's the link?
Where's the link to these specs then, you big teases?
"24 GB total if you spend an extra $80"
Means you can increase the storage capacity of the N96 if you purchase an 8GB memory card. Nothing more.
"The Finnish phone giant has since closed the page"
Above are the "leaked" specs
"but not before a selection of sites managed to scrawl down the handset’s tech specs"
Fantastic - battery life will now be <1 day
With a DVB tuner, 3G, GPS, Bluetooth etc. etc. you can expect <1 day battery life. The N95 has totally pathetic battery performance.
Unless of course you turn off 3G, GPS etc. in which case give me back a Nokia 6310i !
battery life could be alright
Has new Symbian 9.2 which means dynamic page files/voltage and therefore a huge reduction in battery power required even compared to N95 with the latest firmware that has this feature.
Point noted though, will see how long this lasts in tests when it comes out.
I wonder if the GPS is better than the N95?, the flash/memory/size/shape is
More of the same
N95 and the N95 8GB where very similar, this just looks like an N95 + TV.
Nothing as different as the iPhone is. Is this the best Nokia can do?
USB charging please.
I really hope that nokia get their act together and support charging via the mini-USB lead. It was a real missed opportunity with the n95.
And lets hope they also get rid of the menu lag, which is in my opinion the most annoying 'feature' of most symbian based phones.
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